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1. The detective stubbornly persisted with his questions.
2. He stubbornly insisted on doing it all himself.
3. She stubbornly refuses to admit the truth.
4. His jaw jutted stubbornly forward; he would not be denied.
5. The really great love not stubbornly cling to it,but at the crucial moment just let him free.
6. She stubbornly refused to cooperate.
7. Some interest rates have remained stubbornly high.
8. He still clings stubbornly to his socialist ideas.
9. She stubbornly refused to pay.
10. She jutted her chin out stubbornly.
11. 'I don't care,' she said stubbornly.
12. She stubbornly refused to sign the document.
12. Sentencedict.com try its best to gather and build good sentences.
13. Unemployment remains stubbornly high.
14. The old man held onto his job stubbornly and would not retire.
15. This country refuses stubbornly to make amends for its past war crimes.
16. He stubbornly refused to tell her how he had come to be in such a state.
17. The mould thus stubbornly remained unbroken.
18. They stubbornly demanded and eventually took their part of political and economic power in the nation they had helped win.
19. Her father, quiet, humorous, stubbornly determined, gone now, no longer there to consult and confide in.
20. Now she was stubbornly determined to have a good, long look at the Horseshoe.
21. She had stubbornly defied both her solicitor and Glyn and here she was letting a complete stranger dictate terms to her.
22. Batty was magnificently constructive throughout but things refused stubbornly to gel up to the interval.
23. If a swim stubbornly remains dead, take a walk along the bank to see how any other anglers are faring.
24. He fights stubbornly, and has thus far resisted all our efforts to dislodge him.....
25. Unfortunately Shepard's radar stubbornly refused to see its own reflections.
26. She was eighty-three years old but was now stubbornly insisting that she was only fifty-seven and in the prime of life.
27. Despite desperate attempts to revive her, the trace remained stubbornly flat, until in the end they had to give up.
28. It was late afternoon, she had to keep reminding herself, even though her body-clock seemed stubbornly convinced it was bedtime.
29. The distinction between past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion. Albert Einstein
30. I cheer as Reeves insists on voting for himself, stubbornly and gleefully throwing a kink into already gummy works.
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